The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on March 3, 1939 · Page 13
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The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania · Page 13

Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Friday, March 3, 1939
Page 13
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FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1939. TTT. DAILY COURIER. CONTNETJ.SVIT.LR. PA. PAGE THIRTEEN. LOCAL AL MEET Cokers Place Squad Of ; " Nine in Western Races League Champions to Be In Thick of Fight for State Crown. Local Rifle Club Bows to Scottdaie COACH BARR IS GROOM5 NG BOYS Nine Connellsville High School swimming stars will go to Slippery Rock State Teachers College Saturday to participate in the western regional eliminations o£ the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association when entries will be named for the State finals at State College next Saturday. The competition will take the en- lire day and is scheduled to begin at 13 A. M. Fourteen boys have been named to represent the Western Pennsylvania Interscholnstic Athletic League arid Connellsville won nine of those places. Coach Red Barr has been devoting this week in grooming his mermen for the regional event, hoping they will make a cood showing against the class of Western Pennsylvania, especially the powerful teams from the Erie area. Participating from Connellsville will be the following: Seniors--William Blacka, J o h n Cross and Jack Foley. Juniors--Junior Laugherty, Herbert Keffer. Robert Colborn, William Boyle and Gerald Clemmer. Sophomore--Hobert Frazier. Starr and Holiday of Butler, Jackson of Sewickley, Shaffer o£ Turtle Creek and Lunger of Clairton also will particioate. This is the first time 3n years that Duquesne, for years ruling 1 school in the circuit does not have at least one contestant in the regional meet. Connellsville Rifle Club lost to Scottdaie sharpshooters in a dual meet by a score of 954 to 924. Arrotti and Pritchard of Scottdaie were individual high scorers each getting 194 out o£ possible 200 points. The summary: Connellsvillc P. S. Porter 50 50 Robbins 50 50 Cunningham ..47 47 Wrote ...50 47 Weisgerber 49 49 K. OH. Tot. 16 IS 192 45 43 188 43 183 42 181 3S 180 46 42 44 Totals Scottdaie Arrotti .. . Pritchard E. E. Baker Jones Mawhinney r. ..50 50 50 49 49 924 K. OH. Toi. 48 50 49 47 44 47 194 44 - 194 45 192 44 189 45. 185 .Totals '.... Hornets to Tackle Syracuse Saturday . PITTSBURGH, Mar. 3. -- The Pittsburgh Hornet hockey team of the International League, who is making one of the wildest bids for a playoff berth in professional hockey will again meet the Syracuse Stars at Duquesne Garden Saturday night. In two games last week, the Pitts- burghers took two games from the "Twinks", 7-4 at Pittsburgh and 4-3 at Syracuse. Syracuse' and Cleveland are tied for second place in the division in front of the Hornets. Plan Somerset Meet. Somerset county's second annual basketball tournament for eighth graders will be held at Somerset on March 11 and 18, Mother, Daughter Clash at Net Norma Taubele and her 56-year-old mother held a family battle right ·before the eyes of the public when they met in the third round of U. S. women's indoor tennis championships in New York. Tho daughter, younger, faster, and the harder hitter, was favored to win. They are shown before their match. (Central Press) AFTER LASH By Jack Sords CUNNIMGHAM, tf0 OF MIU6KS, Will, LEAVE ^is spgcfAufy FOR'TME RAC OF TMe caJittey' A TWO Mite AOOrflo^AL ATTKACtlOAJ C ~ " i*JfgR/au,ssiATe A.A.AA. A6AUJST PO»J I-ASM, RECOGNISED ROLER AT TriAT StBOAS IS vlil?IilAl.l.y ' d^gs-fBP AT -TiAto MIU6S BJf Few vJiuu eeTASAiiosr HlM /6s! MATM LASM AS AM i AJD LASri £rs# MAvJe Msr PEPBRE. sur oJu-y AT TME.MIU cisTMce^ OF CAGE LOOPS V. M. C. A. Sponsors Two Circuits, Will Operate During Month. BYRNE, MORGAN PUT IN CHARGE Play has been started in the two basketball leagues sponsored by the Y. M. C. A. in charge of the athletic committee composed of F. Byrne and H. Morgan. In the initial competition, the results were: Senior League. Gray Y. 36, Blue Devils 17. Ace High 58, Courier 26. I. C. Frosh 50, Streamliners 24. Junior League. Y. Pioneers 38, Night Hawks 11. Courier B. 35, Y. Indians B. The schedule includes: Junor League. March 6, Night Hawks vs. Indians, 5:30. · March 8, Y. Pioneers vs. Courier B, 6. March 15, Y. Pioneers vs. Indians, 4; Night Hawks vs. Courier, 6. March 20, Night Hawks vs. Indians, 5:30. March 22, Pioneers vs. Night Hawks, 4. March 25, Courier vs. Indians, 9 A. M. March 29, Pioneers vs. Courier, 6. April 5, Pioneers vs. Indians, 4; Night Hawks vs. Courier, G. Senior League. March 8, Streamliners vs. Gray, 7 P. M.; Ace High vs. I. C. Frosh, 8; Blue Devils vs. Courier, 8:45. March 15, Streamliners vs. Courier, 1; Ace High vs. Blue Devils, 8. March 17, Gray vs. I. C. Frosh, 7:45. March 22, Streamliners vs. Ace High, 7; Blue Devils vs. I. C. Frosh, YEAR ROUND PLAYER By Jack Sords . RSOS LAST y^R. FTER tMey I-MO H/M ifj A TRAPS. WlTM Tte TKI-TCHVX BASKETBALL LEAGUE Standing of the Clubs. W L Tct. Leisenring ,, G 1 .856 Dawson - 4 2 .667 Var.derbilt 3 'A .500 Hollywood A. C. _ -2 ·! .333 Liberty A. C. 1 0 .147 CHURCH DART LEAGUE FETE ON MARCH 28 Champion to Be Named At Presbyterian Church March 21. COMMITTEES ARE CHOSEN 'Annual banquet of the City Church Dartbnll League will be held Tuesday evening, March 28, at Trinity Lutheran Church, it was announced after a meeting of officers and representatives of the competing churches. Details will be in charge o£ the following persons: A. L. Beard, general chairman; James Luckcy and Joseph Car] ton, program and entertainment committee, and W. W. Brown, ticket committee. . Each manager is requested to contact all of his players to determine the number of tickets needed. The price of the tickets is unchanged from that of former years. It was said players may bring their mother, wife or "favorite friend." Decision was reached that the playoff for the grand champion takes place Tuesday evening, March 21, the title to be decided by three out ot five games, all to be played on one night. The deadline for starting of play is 7 o'clock with the Presbyterian social hall as the scene of action. Officers of the league will be in charge. To Repeal Gadget Law. The House of Representatives at Harrisburg voted to repeal the "gas gadget" law passed last year. The repealer was sent to the Senate after the House voted: For repeal, 202; against repeal, none. IOWA ASSISTANT By Jack Sords lovUA, ASSISTWG- DR. ArJpgRSOfvS ' PJRDU, MISSOURI, LAST AT MISSISSIPPI STAT- Sauerkraut for Beauty. HARRISBURG, Mar. 3.--Doctors arc recommending sauerkraut and sauerkraut juice as a preventative of seasickness and dizziness and as a beauty aid--for a more healthy skin. It is considered beneficial for warding off rheumatism or as a remedy for disordered stomachs. Lines, Ohms Annex West Penn Matches Bowling on the West Penn alleys, the Lines took two out of three from the Poles and the Ohms swept through the Meters in the West Penn Duckpin League. 8:45; Courier-vs. Gray, S. March 29, Streamliners vs. Blue Devils, 8:45; Ace High vs. Gray, 8. March 31, I. C. Frosh vs. Courier, 7:45. West Penn Tailor Shop Corner Arch Crawford AVC.J, Introducing suits and top coats cleaned and pressed 39c This Special Expires Friday, March 10th. We arc featuring 100% woolen fabric suits for 521.50. Alterations and repairs lone at reasonable prices. G. L. PIZZI, Miiiiiiircr. 'AH Work Done by Union Labor" --to buy at these radical reductions! ! ! WORK SHIRTS . Covert and blue chain- bray. All sizes. Full cut DRESS SHIRTS Regular $1.50 val- *J A ues. All sizes · TfC WORK SHOES Heavy leather work shoes. DRESS OXFORDS Smart styles. Black only. All sizes ... 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